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17 Dec 14 12:51:37 am

this may prove a silly question; but I have to ask never the less. If I provide a wholesaler with my credit card details; how do I prevent them, should they start helping themselves?

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17 Dec 14 01:48:42 am
Nothing you can do about it up front, but it is of course fraud and should anyone take advantage of that situation, then they would be open to prosecution. You could also then simply file a charge back on your card for an unauthorized transaction. Of course should that ever happen, the very first thing to do is contact the supplier and inform them of the unauthorized transaction, if it's just a mistake, then they can clean it up for you with minimal fuss.

Mark (fudjj)

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